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    • B-11 and Pt-195 NMR studies in the normal state of substituted borocarbide superconductors Y0.98Er0.02Ni2B2C and LaPt1.5Au0.6B2C 

      ELANKUMARAN, K; MAHAJAN, AV; GUPTA, LC; HOSSAIN, Z; NAGARAJAN, R; VIJAYARAGHAVAN, R (ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 1996)
      We report, B-11 NMR studies on Y0.98Er0.02Ni2B2C and B-11 and Pt-195 NMR studies on LaPt1.5Au0.6B2C superconductors. The variation of (1/T1T) with temperature in the normal state of Y0.98Er0.02Ni2B2C shows a similar behaviour ...
    • The B-2(1) shape resonance in electron-formaldehyde scattering: an investigation using the dilated electron propagator method 

      MAHALAKSHMI, S; MISHRA, MK (ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 1998)
      The zeroth order, second order, diagonal two particle one hole-Tamm Dancoff approximation and the corresponding quasi-particle decouplings of the dilated electron propagator have been applied to investigate the B-2(1), ...
    • B-L cosmic strings and baryogenesis 

      BHATTACHARJEE, P; SAHU, N; YAJNIK, UA (AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC, 2004)
      Cosmic strings arising from breaking of the U(1)(B-L) gauge symmetry that occurs in a wide variety of unified models can carry zero modes of heavy Majorana neutrinos. Decaying and/or repeatedly self-interacting closed loops ...
    • B-spline quasi-interpolation based numerical methods for some Sobolev type equations 

      KUMAR, R; BASKAR, S (ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 2016)
      In this article, we intend to use quadratic and cubic B-spline quasi-interpolants to develop higher order numerical methods for some Sobolev type equations in one space dimension. Our aim is also to compare the performance ...
    • The B73 Maize Genome: Complexity, Diversity, and Dynamics 

      SCHNABLE, PS; WARE, D; FULTON, RS; STEIN, JC; WEI, FS; PASTERNAK, S; LIANG, CZ; ZHANG, JW; FULTON, L; GRAVES, TA; MINX, P; REILY, AD; COURTNEY, L; KRUCHOWSKI, SS; TOMLINSON, C; STRONG, C; DELEHAUNTY, K; FRONICK, C; COURTNEY, B; ROCK, SM; BELTER, E; DU, FY; KIM, K; ABBOTT, RM; COTTON, M; LEVY, A; MARCHETTO, P; OCHOA, K; JACKSON, SM; GILLAM, B; CHEN, WZ; YAN, L; HIGGINBOTHAM, J; CARDENAS, M; WALIGORSKI, J; APPLEBAUM, E; PHELPS, L; FALCONE, J; KANCHI, K; THANE, T; SCIMONE, A; THANE, N; HENKE, J; WANG, T; RUPPERT, J; SHAH, N; ROTTER, K; HODGES, J; INGENTHRON, E; CORDES, M; KOHLBERG, S; SGRO, J; DELGADO, B; MEAD, K; CHINWALLA, A; LEONARD, S; CROUSE, K; COLLURA, K; KUDRNA, D; CURRIE, J; HE, RF; ANGELOVA, A; RAJASEKAR, S; MUELLER, T; LOMELI, R; SCARA, G; KO, A; DELANEY, K; WISSOTSKI, M; LOPEZ, G; CAMPOS, D; BRAIDOTTI, M; ASHLEY, E; GOLSER, W; KIM, H; LEE, S; LIN, JK; DUJMIC, Z; KIM, W; TALAG, J; ZUCCOLO, A; FAN, C; SEBASTIAN, A; KRAMER, M; SPIEGEL, L; NASCIMENTO, L; ZUTAVERN, T; MILLER, B; AMBROISE, C; MULLER, S; SPOONER, W; NARECHANIA, A; REN, LY; WEI, S; KUMARI, S; FAGA, B; LEVY, MJ; MCMAHAN, L; VAN BUREN, P; VAUGHN, MW; YING, K; YEH, CT; EMRICH, SJ; JIA, Y; KALYANARAMAN, A; HSIA, AP; BARBAZUK, WB; BAUCOM, RS; BRUTNELL, TP; CARPITA, NC; CHAPARRO, C; CHIA, JM; DERAGON, JM; ESTILL, JC; FU, Y; JEDDELOH, JA; HAN, YJ; LEE, H; LI, PH; LISCH, DR; LIU, SZ; LIU, ZJ; NAGEL, DH; MCCANN, MC; SANMIGUEL, P; MYERS, AM; NETTLETON, D; NGUYEN, J; PENNING, BW; PONNALA, L; SCHNEIDER, KL; SCHWARTZ, DC; SHARMA, A; SODERLUND, C; SPRINGER, NM; SUN, Q; WANG, H; WATERMAN, M; WESTERMAN, R; WOLFGRUBER, TK; YANG, LX; YU, Y; ZHANG, LF; ZHOU, SG; ZHU, Q; BENNETZEN, JL; DAWE, RK; JIANG, JM; JIANG, N; PRESTING, GG; WESSLER, SR; ALURU, S; MARTIENSSEN, RA; CLIFTON, SW; MCCOMBIE, WR; WING, RA; WILSON, RK (AMER ASSOC ADVANCEMENT SCIENCE, 2009)
      We report an improved draft nucleotide sequence of the 2.3-gigabase genome of maize, an important crop plant and model for biological research. Over 32,000 genes were predicted, of which 99.8% were placed on reference ...
    • Ba3MxTi3-xO9 (M = Ir, Rh): A family of 5d/4d-based diluted quantum spin liquids 

      KUMAR, R; SHEPTYAKOV, D; KHUNTIA, P; ROLFS, K; FREEMAN, PG; RONNOW, HM; DEY, T; BAENITZ, M; MAHAJAN, AV (AMER PHYSICAL SOC, 2016)
      We report the structural and magnetic properties of the 4d (M = Rh) based and 5d ( M = Ir) based systems Ba3MxTi3-xO9 ( nominally x = 0.5, 1). The studied compositions were found to crystallize in a hexagonal structure ...
    • Bacillus subtilis Hfq: A role in chemotaxis and motility 

      JAGTAP, CB; KUMAR, P; RAO, KK (INDIAN ACAD SCIENCES, 2016)
      Hfq is a global post-transcriptional regulator that modulates the translation and stability of target mRNAs and thereby regulates pleiotropic functions, such as growth, stress, virulence and motility, in many Gram-negative ...
    • Backbone and side chain assignments of human cell cycle regulatory protein S-phase kinase-associated protein 1 

      KACHARIYA, NN; DANTU, SC; KUMAR, A (SPRINGER, 2016)
      Ubiquitination of proteins is required to regulate several cellular mechanisms in cells. Skp1-Cullin-1-F-box (SCF), the largest family of the RING E3 ligases, recognizes and carries out the poly-ubiquitination of many ...
    • Backbone and side-chain resonance assignments of Plasmodium falciparum SUMO 

      SINGH, JS; SHUKLA, VK; GUJRATI, M; MISHRA, RK; KUMAR, A (SPRINGER, 2017)
      One of the most debilitating diseases Malaria, in its different forms, is caused by protozoan of Plasmodium species. Deadliest among these forms is the "cerebral malaria" which is afflicted upon by Plasmodium falciparum. ...
    • Backlund transformations for linear equations with variable coefficients 

      JENA, J; SHARMA, VD (EDITRICE COMPOSITORI BOLOGNA, 1999)
      Backlund transformations associated with second-order linear partial differential equations with variable coefficients are derived using the invariance properties. The results are illustrated by constructing solutions of ...
    • Backlund transformations for the nonlinear evolution equation z(yy)=[A(x,y,z)z(x)](x) 

      JENA, J; SHARMA, VD (EDITRICE COMPOSITORI BOLOGNA, 1998)
      A Backlund transformation associated with a quasilinear partial differential equation of second order is derived using the invariance properties. The procedure provides a suitable mathematical vehicle for characterizing ...
    • Backreaction effects due to matter coupled higher derivative gravity 

      JOSHI, LK; RAMADEVI, P (WORLD SCIENTIFIC PUBL CO PTE LTD, 2015)
      AdS-hydrodynamics has proven to be a useful tool for obtaining transport coefficients observed in the collective flow of strongly coupled fluids like quark gluon plasma (QGP). Particularly, the ratio of shear viscosity to ...
    • Backside Nanoslot Excited Sub-Wavelength Grating-Coupled Cu-Strip Plasmonic Waveguides 

      WANG, HX; MOTE, RG; ZHOU, W; LI, EP; BAI, P (AMER SCIENTIFIC PUBLISHERS, 2015)
      The backside nanoslot excited sub-wavelength grating-coupled Cu-strip silica-based plasmonic waveguides were developed using the finite difference time domain (FDTD) simulation method. The performance of the designed ...
    • Backstepping technique based nonlinear controller for a textile dyeing process 

      BANDYOPADHYAY, B; DESAI, JV; KANE, CD (IEEE, 2006)
      This paper describes a control scheme for a MIMO system using backstepping method. Backstepping method is preferred in case of uncertainties in the process and constraints acting on the control input. In the present work, ...
    • BACKWARD EULER SCHEMES FOR THE KELVIN-VOIGT VISCOELASTIC FLUID FLOW MODEL 

      PANY, AK; PAIKRAY, SK; PADHY, S; PANI, AK (ISCI-INST SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING & INFORMATION, 2017)
      In this paper, we discuss the backward Euler method along with its linearized version for the Kelvin-Voigt viscoelastic fluid flow model with non zero forcing function, which is either independent of time or in L-infinity(L-2). ...
    • Bacterial and fungal bioreactors for colour removal from distillery spentwash 

      SINGH, SS; DIKSHIT, AK (WORLD SCIENTIFIC PUBL CO PTE LTD, 2010)
      Distillery spentwash has very high biological oxygen demand (BOD), chemical oxygen demand (COD), colour and various inorganic chemicals. Colour in spent wash is mainly due to dark brown pigment called melanoidins produced ...
    • Bacterial cellulose based flexible multifunctional nanocomposite sheets 

      THIRUVENGADAM, V; VITTA, S (SPRINGER, 2017)
      Bacterial cellulose is an ideal material that is sustainable, biodegradable and inherently capable of functionalization. Hence this has been functionalized with a single component, Ni to exhibit multiple functionalities ...
    • Bacterial degradation of phthalate isomers and their esters 

      VAMSEE-KRISHNA, C; PHALE, PS (SPRINGER, 2008)
      Phthalate isomers and their esters are used heavily in various industries. Excess use and leaching from the product pose them as major pollutants. These chemicals are toxic, teratogenic, mutagenic and carcinogenic in nature. ...
    • Bacterial transport in porous media: new aspects of the mathematical model 

      SEN, TUSHAR KANTI; DAS, DIPANKAR; KHILAR, KC; SURAISHKUMAR, GK (Elseiver, 2005)
      Transport of bacteria is an important aspect from scientific, industrial and environmental point of view. In this work, a one-dimensional mathematical model based on linear equilibrium adsorption of bacteria has been ...
    • Bacterioopsin-triggered retinal biosynthesis is inhibited by bacteriorhodopsin formation in Halobacterium salinarium 

      DESHPANDE, A; SONAR, S (AMER SOC BIOCHEMISTRY MOLECULAR BIOLOGY INC, 1999)
      Factors regulating retinal biosynthesis in halobacteria are not clearly understood. In halobacteria, events leading to the biosynthesis of bacteriorhodopsin have been proposed to participate in stringent regulation of ...